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While it may sound best to say that it’s always sunny in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the truth is that it does rain from time to time. While the sunny days far outweigh rainy ones (Myrtle Beach is blessed with 215 sunny days a year), it can be frustrating to see clouds begin to form over what was planned as a perfect beach day. But a day or two of rain shouldn’t deter you from having a good time and making the most of your time away on vacation… especially when you take a look at the many activities perfectly suited for an overcast day.…

Whether she likes relaxing or enjoying the thrilling attractions, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Myrtle Beach! Here is a list of fun things to do with mom beyond the beach. Treat Mom to a Day at the Spa The Cinzia Spa located in the North Beach Resort offers refreshing spring packages and a lunch menu with delicious light dishes. Located at the Marriot Resort at Grande Dunes, the Hibiscus Spa is designed to help rejuvenate and refresh every guest – or mom. Stroll around Brookgreen Gardens Brookgreen Gardens is home to…

Between the non-stop activities of summer and hectic holiday season, fall is a perfect time to take a break and unwind in Myrtle Beach. With its miles of sandy beaches, warm weather and calming activities, it’s easy to stretch out your summer – and your body – for maximum relaxation. Here are just a few ways to stretch your body this fall in Myrtle Beach: Our Beaches Stretch your legs along our 60 miles of beautiful beaches. Wherever you are along the coast, you can take a relaxing walk along the shore with stunning views guaranteed. Bring a…

Celebrate MLK Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 5:00 PM by Nora Battle

Sometimes a quick trip to the beach is exactly what’s needed to cure the mid-winter blues. And Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday weekend is a great time to visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina! Not only can visitors find a ton of fantastic winter lodging and accommodations deals, our beaches are less crowded this time of year, and there is still plenty to do! Perhaps the biggest event of the long holiday weekend is the 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Parade that takes place along Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach on Monday, January…